More capitulation by the UK dhimmis

from The Opinionator

July 01, 2008
ANOTHER CASE OF THE TAIL WAGGING THE DOG

Undoubtedly I am far from the only one who is absoutely SICK & TIRED of the muslim minority, in the UK, thinking that every bit of their culture should be implemented in Great Britain with NO regard to the thousands year old culture that the British people themselves have achieved and lived for millenia. (We could take this worldwide – but that is for a future blog) Let’s face it – no one dragged these muslims, kicking and screaming into the UK. No one is forcing them to stay. Even more sickening is the British police and government who (for what appears to be on a daily basis) twist and turn themselves into apologetic dhimmi pretzels (let’s emphasize that to DHIMMI PRETZELS) trying to appease bleating, whining and constantly “offended” muslims – offended by the same culture that THEY have chosen avail themselves – the same country that provides so many of those generous financial and physical benefits. This isn’t just insidious multiculturalism – this is British cultural apartheid.

puppy poster

The muslim daily whinge and moan today – is none other than a picture of an adorable puppy sitting inside a police hat to advertise a new police non-emergency phone number. (I have written extensively about muslims & dogs – to read a few go here and here.) You would think, based on the muslim indignation, granted it is far short of that shown regarding the Danish MO-Cartoons or the Teddy Bear Teacher, but nevertheless defiant in its demands that the puppy poster not be used and vowing that, regardless of its importance, it will not be displayed in muslim businesses, etc.

Of course, based on past acrobatics used by politicians and police to instantly react to publicly appease the muslim community – local Dundee councillor Mohammed Asif immediatly contacted Tayside Police Chief Constable John Vine to discuss the “offence”. Asif said: ‘My concern was that it’s not welcomed by all communities, with the dog on the cards. It was probably a waste of resources going to these communities….’People who have shops just won’t put up the postcard. Apparently the “expected” apologetic statement, from the Chief Constable came forthwith: ‘This was an oversight and did not seek to offend or upset.’

Oversight? Why is it that the muslims think that every niche and cranny of British life, culture, mores, etc must first be approved by muslims? (Is it because the constant drumbeat of government and police appeasement?) Yet when it comes to muslims and the stealth implementation of Sharia Law into the UK or its customs -some of which are untenable and barbaric — the British people (and everyone else) are immediately labeled as Islamophobic if great respect and subservience is not immediately shown. This is exactly what muslims want, expect and unfortunately have so far succeeded in establishing not only in the UK but most of Europe.

I’d like to think that the “Puppy Incident” will help to wake up the nation that has always loved it’s dogs. In fact a huge number of dog breeds originated in the British Isles – more than anywhere else in the world. Are we going to let the Islamic spurred hatred and disgust of our cherished “best friends” dictate to us? It is time to stop letting the tail wag the dog – and high time for the dog to start biting back-

WHAT DO YOU FIND OFFENSIVE?

Article in full:

MUSLIMS OUTRAGED AT POLICE ADVERT FEATURING CUTE PUPPY SITTING IN A POLICEMAN’S HAT

A postcard featuring a cute puppy sitting in a policeman’s hat advertising a Scottish police force’s new telephone number has sparked outrage from Muslims.

Tayside Police’s new non-emergency phone number has prompted complaints from members of the Islamic community.

The choice of image on the Tayside Police cards – a black dog sitting in a police officer’s hat – has now been raised with Chief Constable John Vine.

Poster

The advert has upset Muslims because dogs are considered ritually unclean and has sparked such anger that some shopkeepers in Dundee have refused to display the advert.

Dundee councillor Mohammed Asif said: ‘My concern was that it’s not welcomed by all communities, with the dog on the cards.

‘It was probably a waste of resources going to these communities.

‘They (the police) should have understood. Since then, the police have explained that it was an oversight on their part, and that if they’d seen it was going to cause upset they wouldn’t have done it.’

Councillor Asif, who is a member of the Tayside Joint Police Board, said that the force had a diversity adviser and was generally very aware of such issues.

He raised the matter with Mr Vine at a meeting of the board.
John Vine

Tayside Police Chief Constable John Vine said the advert was not intended to cause any offence

The chief constable said he was unaware of the concerns and that the force had not sought to cause any upset but added he would look into the matter.

Councillor Asif said: ‘People who have shops just won’t put up the postcard. But the police have said to me that it was simply an oversight and they did not seek to offend or upset.’

Cards featuring police dog-in-training Rebel have been distributed to communities throughout the area to advertise the single number point of contact for non-emergency calls to the police.

Rebel has proved a popular recruit for Tayside Police after coming through the very first Lothian and Borders Police dog-breeding programme in February.

One of seven German Shepherd pups born in early December, he has now completed his course of inoculations, and is free to venture out onto the streets of Tayside.

A spokesman for Tayside Police said: ‘Trainee police dog Rebel has proved extremely popular with children and adults since being introduced to the public, aged six weeks old, as Tayside Police’s newest canine recruit.

‘His incredible world-wide popularity – he has attracted record visitor numbers to our website – led us to believe Rebel could play a starring role in the promotion of our non-emergency number.

‘We did not seek advice from the force’s diversity adviser prior to publishing and distributing the postcards. That was an oversight and we apologise for any offence caused.’

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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

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